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A major Canadian institution dedicated exclusively to contemporary art, the Musée d'art contemporain de Montréal (MAC) is located in the heart of the Quartier des spectacles and at the site of Place des Arts. It lies in the centre of a unique...more
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While the collection was small compared to other modern art museums we have been to we still spent a good deal of time each of the exhibitions. They each were different enough that they were fresh and the curation did a great job of tying...More
Typically, I love contemporary museums, but this one was so disappointing. The entire collection consisted of three exhibits, two of which were very average. When we asked where the permanent collection was we were told there wasn’t one. $17 adult admission to see three exhibits....More
From the rude cashier (they actually mocked a boy for trying to speak French) to the limited, and frankly, boring works, take your $$ and visit any of the other galleries in the city. I still love Montreal and contemporary art, but just because someone...More
My second visit was a noteworthy as my first last year. The current exhibition honors the diverse and multi talented French artist, Franciose Sullivan and German film producer Julian Rosefeldt. Sullivan started in dance, then expanded into other art form as in sculpture and painting....More
Last month I visited the exbition of Rafael Lozano Hemmer. It was very interesting,
I Liked it so much.
The museum itself has a great indoor architecture but I couldnt see other pieces of art.
Some rooms were closed.
Came here to see Rafael Lozano-Hemmer's exhibit, and was very excited by the idea of interactive art pieces.
We were not disappointed! We had a lot of fun interacting with the art in a lot of unusual ways, and it was all presented very well!...More
Sharon, this is a museum I visit less frequently. I am spoiled by MOMA, NY. The MAC, as we call it certainly represents local and international artists, and is in a great part of town. Treir site will answer most if not all... More
Sharon, this is a museum I visit less frequently. I am spoiled by MOMA, NY. The MAC, as we call it certainly represents local and international artists, and is in a great part of town. Treir site will answer most if not all your questions.